Rare Dragon Ball FighterZ Glitch Makes Tien's Opponents Invisible

Tien's a dude with three eyes whose best friend is a ghost child and maybe a vampire. That's pretty weird on its own. It also turns out he can turn people invisible too, by way of a recently discovered glitch in Dragon Ball FighterZ.

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A player who goes by RZampa demonstrated how it works, or at least what causes it to occur, in a recent set of YouTube videos. As reported by Shoryuken, there are a few idiosyncrasies to the glitch that make it hard to pull off out in the wild. First, the other player needs to be using Android 21, the game's original new pink character who eats people, in their lineup. Then the person using Tien needs to unleash a level three super at the same time the other player brings Android 21 in for an assist move.

If all goes according to plan Tien will summon Chiaotzu, who will latch onto the opponent and self destruct, doing a ton of damage to them and also, inexplicably, rendering them invisible. In classic Z fighter form, Chiaotzu's last ditch sacrifice isn't only made in vain then, but it also screws over his friend who has to go on fighting someone he can't see. So it goes.

Bandai Namco will probably patch the glitch out of existence some time in the near future, but for now at least you can always invite a friend over to try and pull it off yourself.

[Source: Shoryuken]


Comments

    Tenshinhan the strongest human. His name is Tenshinhan not Tien and Krillin is not a human because he has no nose and his wife is a robot.

      Actually its Kuririn not Krillen.

      and for Android 18 well:

      Android 18 was originally a human named Lazuli, and the elder out of her and her twin brother, Lapis. The twins were notorious delinquents, who Dr. Gero would meet by chance while looking for fresh material for his experiments. He then kidnapped them and restructured them into Android 18 and Android 17. However, despite being referred to as androids or cyborgs and commonly regarded as such, both Android 18 and her brother are practically neither. Bulma stated while looking at 17's blueprint that he was human-based, but just about everything has been enhanced with bio-organic components.[9] Their only mechanical parts are the emergency deactivation controller and self-destruction device (removed). Dragon Ball Super reaffirms this, with Gohan stating that the androids have been modified on cellular level to be superhuman.

      She is the second artificial human, between her and her twin brother, designed by Dr. Gero to be a biologically modified human as well as being an infinite energy model. The nature and mechanism of their infinite energy source has not been made clear. Gero's experiments on her do not impede her ability to reproduce, as evidenced by her giving birth to a healthy daughter, Marron. Since they are human-based, she and her brother can become stronger if they train. Though they do not need to eat, they do need to hydrate. Also, their cells deteriorate slowly, so they age slowly too.

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